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The XPERIA X1 QWERTY from Sony Ericsson. Yes, full QWERTY to make the most of that Windows Mobile 6 operating system. SE's new XPERIA brand will focus on multimedia and mobile web communication. The X1 then, brings a 3-inch wide VGA (800 x 480) touchscreen display, 3.2 megapixel camera (with photo light), A2DP Bluetooth, aGPS, WiFi, and microSD -- just 400MB on board. On the phone side you've got quad-band GSM/EDGE, and 900/1700/1900/2100MHz UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA (or 850/1700/1900/2100MHz in what must be a US-bound model). Navigation is accomplished via touch, arc-sliding QWERTY, 4-way key and optical joystick. Now just replace that Internet Explorer Mobile browser with Opera Mobile 9.5 or Skyfire and the 110 x 53 x 16.7-mm X1 is ready to live up to its potential.
Are you ready?
This is truly a phone for the next generation. Sony has gone back to the design lab with the goal in mind of creating a form that would best complement the great features found inside. And no ordinary update to the generic cell phone form would do this justice. The Xperia X1 features a design that looked ripped from twenty years from now. At one-third of a pound it weighs lightly in your palm and is no longer than the length span from the palm to the tip of your fingers. Sonyís new phone features a color scheme that is primarily black with silver highlights, demonstrating the reserved quality that affirms the Xperiaís approach to technology.
Looking back and gazing forward
Itís got a few features that you would expect from a next generation phone like a 3-inch touch screen, made popular by the Apple iPhone, which proves to be the easiest way to give the user total control. A slide out QWERTY keyboard that gives tactile response when typing is the best way to write out emails of sms messages, again affirming that the Xperia looks out for its user, offering the best options in control. To organize your documents and busy schedule, the included Windows Mobile software will remain your closest ally.
First impressions are important to the Xperia, and the touch panel interface will make sure that your first time with the phone is one of ease. The main menu offers a row of panels which you are free to move around as you please. The 4-way optical joystick offers even another way to maneuver through the various screens. With a mere push of the stick youíll be jumping from page to page with highly efficient speed. If you are used to writing on a PDA then youíll appreciate the ability to input text using a stylus, and the Xperia will translate your handwriting into the corresponding characters. The Xperia also heads the new wave of phones utilizing 3G wireless technology, which guarantees a crystal clear signal.
Sonyís forward thinking phone not only has all the business features that people leading a busy lifestyle will appreciate, but its got the fun features that round out a good cell phone. After all, when it comes time to unwind, you would want a phone that maximizes your leisure time. Take clear pictures of your family with the 3.2 megapixel camera and the included 3x digital zoom. With the video recording software youíll be able to take full motion video to ensure that those perfect moments are captures in real-time with absolute clarity in picture and audio.
hay, I need a phone badly, I lost my W810i recently
I'm thinking of buying W880i or K770i? Which do you think is better? My budget is 10k lang.. unexpected kasi talaga.. hay..
I am more into music and picture taking... please share some inputs about the two models.. thanks
yung XPERIA X1 QWERTY ba successor ng P1i?
It's either you get an image-heavy device with mediocre audio quality (k770) or a music-minded phone with a mediocre cam (w880).
Here's my suggestion. Get a k800, modify its software and get w880's audio driver (or any audio driver for that matter) then put it in your k800. Buy an hpm-70 headset then get ready to be blown away.
That's what I did with my 2-year old k800. I have Sunfire's audio driver and it sounds better than w880 or w890.
I'm looking at w980 or w902 to be my next phone
SE did a nice job trying to combine walkman and camera into the K770i. Although don't expect much sa ganda ng tunog (if you want w-series kind of sound). Try going to megaexchange @ megamall cyberzone para makakuha ka ng magandang price.
@rubberr_ducky: yung keypad ng k770i mo, nagfi-fade na ba? yan kasi yung problem ng ilan sa K770i... cge check ko yung megaexchange mamaya.. thanks
meron bang naka p1i dito??? sang made yung sa inyo? kasi i had this p1i, walang nakaindicate kung san made siya even sa box wala rin...original naman siya kasi nagamit ko na yung SEUS, ...
maganda ba performance ng w980? kasi nakakainis kabibili ko lang ng g900 pero sobrang bagal na bagal ako Sayang kasi sobrang gusto yung design ng phone tsaka features, pero sobrang tagal ng lag